An award-winning importer and distributor of wine, Hallgarten & Novum Wines has secured a new headquarters in Bedfordshire.
Hallgarten, who are one of the UK’s leading specialist wine merchants, agreed to a 15-year lease on 8,000 sq ft of new office space at Mulberry House, Capability Green, in Luton.
The move to Bedfordshire was instructed by commercial property consultancy Kirkby Diamond. Commenting on the move, Eamon Kennedy, executive partner and head of agency at Kirkby Diamond, said: “Acting on behalf of Hallgarten, I negotiated a lease on brand new ground floor office space at Mulberry House.
“The office sector has suffered during the pandemic and we were able to negotiate enhanced incentives as part of the deal. The offices secured by Hallgarten had never been used and were fully fitted. We were also able to agree a reversed premium from the existing tenant which enabled them to relinquish their liability at the property.”
With over 80 years of experience importing wines from producers around the world, Hallgarten were recently recognised for their success and named both The Drinks Business On-Trade Supplier of the Year and IWC On Trade Supporter of the Year in 2021.